Season Two Episode Guide

The 37's

Episode #: 201
Air Date: 08.28.95
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Voyager stumbles onto a group of humans in cryogenic stasis, and revives them. The group was abducted from Earth by aliens in 1937, and include missing pilot Amelia Earhart.


Episode #: 202
Air Date: 09.04.95
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Chakotay finds himself involved with a young Kazon boy, who intends to kill him in order to be recognized by his people as an adult warrior.


Episode #: 203
Air Date: 09.11.95
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In the aftermath of an apparent battle with the Kazon the Doctor discovers that the Voyager crew is holographic -- but he himself is flesh and blood, throwing him into an identity crisis.


Episode #: 204
Air Date: 09.18.95
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Voyager's crew investigate space-faring organisms that threaten the ship, and cause Kes to prematurely enter the Elogium -- the only time in her short life where she may conceive a child.

Non Sequitur

Episode #: 205
Air Date: 09.25.95
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Harry Kim wakes up on Earth, and learns he has been accidentally sent to a parallel universe where he was not assigned to the U.S.S. Voyager before its fateful mission.


Episode #: 206
Air Date: 10.02.95
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A dangerous space anomaly twists the ship's layout, leading the crew through a constantly-changing labyrinth of corridors and threatening to crush the ship.


Episode #: 207
Air Date: 10.09.95
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Clashing over their feelings for Kes, Neelix and Paris crash land on a toxic planet and must work together to survive -- and to care for an alien newborn they discover.

Persistence of Vision

Episode #: 208
Air Date: 10.30.95
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Captain Janeway attempts to take a break from her schedule and a mysterious new alien encounter by retreating to her holo-novel, but begins to see objects and characters from the story elsewhere on the ship.


Episode #: 209
Air Date: 11.06.95
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Chakotay is stranded on an alien world, and discovers that the inhabitants have a surprising link to his Native American ancestors.

Cold Fire

Episode #: 210
Air Date: 11.13.95
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With a new lead on the Caretaker's mate, an alien who may be able to send Voyager home, the crew discovers a remote colony of Ocampa -- led by a man eager to teach Kes the true power of her mind.


Episode #: 211
Air Date: 11.20.95
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The Kazon steal a transporter module from Voyager, prompting Commander Chakotay to confront the traitor Seska, his former lover who is now aiding the warrior race.


Episode #: 212
Air Date: 11.27.95
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After the away team is taken into custody by a suspicious and militant people, Janeway and one of the locals attempt to free them from the brutal force bent on crushing the local resistance movement.


Episode #: 213
Air Date: 01.15.96
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Torres works to reactivate an android retrieved from space, and finds herself thrust into the middle of a war between robotic enemies.


Episode #: 214
Air Date: 01.22.96
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Captain Janeway reluctantly seeks an alliance with the Kazon, and the crew find themselves in the middle of a power struggle between factions of Kazon and their former slave masters.


Episode #: 215
Air Date: 01.29.96
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After a shuttle flight to break the Warp 10 barrier appears remarkably successful, Tom Paris's physiology undergoes a disturbing mutation.


Episode #: 216
Air Date: 02.05.96
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A murder on board Voyager prompts a difficult investigation for Commander Tuvok. But when he initiates a mind meld with the murderer, the Vulcan's own violent impulses are unlocked.


Episode #: 217
Air Date: 02.12.96
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Torres works frantically to disarm a Cardassian missile she reprogrammed years ago, which has found its way into the Delta Quadrant and targeted a heavily-populated planet.

Death Wish

Episode #: 218
Air Date: 02.19.96
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Voyager inadvertently sets free a member of the Q Continuum, who asks for asylum when Q comes to return him to his infinite imprisonment ... because he wants to end his own life.


Episode #: 219
Air Date: 02.26.96
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Attempting to save a dying Vidiian woman, the Doctor transfers her consciousness into a hologram -- and begins to fall in love with her. Paris struggles with discipline problems, and a mole within the crew continues his communication with the Kazon.


Episode #: 220
Air Date: 03.13.96
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Neelix pays tribute to Lt. Paris after learning that he is leaving Voyager. But when Tom is kidnapped by the Kazon, Neelix believes that someone on the ship is secretly communicating with the enemy.


Episode #: 221
Air Date: 03.18.96
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Moments after Ensign Wildman gives birth, Voyager comes under what appears to be a devastating Vidiian attack -- only to discover that a spacial anomaly has created a duplicate Voyager.


Episode #: 222
Air Date: 04.08.96
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Tuvok crash-lands on a moon and finds a group of children who claim they have been sent there to die.

The Thaw

Episode #: 223
Air Date: 04.29.96
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Kim and Torres find themselves trapped in an alien virtual environment, controlled by a malevolent, clown-like being. Janeway must find a way to rescue them -- and the last survivors of the planet -- before they die of fear.


Episode #: 224
Air Date: 05.06.96
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A bizarre transporter accident fuses Tuvok and Neelix into a single being. While the Doctor struggles to find a way to separate them, Tuvix ponders his own right to life.


Episode #: 225
Air Date: 05.13.96
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Chakotay and Janeway contract a terminal virus, and must leave Voyager to live out the rest of their lives on a planet that shields the effects of the disease.

Basics, Part 1

Episode #: 226
Air Date: 05.20.96
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When Voyager receives a message from Seska claiming that the Kazon have turned against her and Chakotay's newborn child, the crew attempts a highly risky rescue mission.